The First Symptoms of Alopecia Areata
Alopecia Areata is a condition when hair is falling from some parts of the head, making patches, or from other parts of the body like eyebrows, eyelashes, nose hair and generally all over the body where hair grows. It is considered to be a skin disease, because it affects skin of the scalp and is usually diagnosed by dermatologist. There are no medical explanations of how these patches develop and why are selected in the way they are. There is no test that can show if the patches will stay contained in that area or spread to another one.
According to studies, over 40% of men between the ages of 18 and 50 have a medium to severe type of baldness. Its occurrence and intensity increase with age. Hair is important for a person especially in terms of social communication. Hair loss is often perceived by the victim as loss of one’s identity, a decrease in one’s attractiveness and an increase of one’s vulnerability.
The first symptoms of alopecia appear with small children or possibly adolescents, but the illness may break out at any age. Hair loss may affect various parts of the scalp and it may happen that, at the same time when hair falls out at one place, it might start to grow from another. Any hair surface may be affected including eyebrows, eyelashes and the moustache. Sometimes the illness is accompanied by itching, pricking, pain or burning in the afflicted area. Some people with alopecia also have abnormalities on the surface of their nails.
People who have alopecia and their family members often experience a variety of feelings and frustrations. It can change the way you see yourself, resulting with social withdrawal, which can create serious consequences. Sadness, depression, embarrassment, hopelessness are just some of the feelings that a person with Alopecia can feel. Luckily, there are supports groups that may help you overcome the difficulties and find new ways to deal with it and even help others with the same problem.
In more than ninety percent of all cases of Alopecia areata, if the affected region is small, symptoms disappear on their own without medical intervention. For some reason, certain environmental triggers such as stress cause the occurrence of AA in patients. Remove the stress and the hair may grow back. About half of all people affected will grow their hair back within a year without getting any treatment. However, the condition can reoccur at any time. Reoccurrence is common.
Marbo alopecia shampoo is effective, because it contains herbal ingredients from different medicinal herbs. Active ingredients full of vitamins and mineral salts stimulate local circulation and hair root renewal. Sage and rosemary extracts regulate sebum secretion, prevent scalp greasing and soothe scalp itching and irritation. Using both the lotion and shampoo guarantees clearing all types of dandruff, chronic seborrhoeic dermatitis, scalp redness and itching. Thin and scarce hair becomes stronger, and in many cases, especially in women, thicker. At the same time, Marbo Shampoo 03 is a product for totally natural, mild and hygienic hair wash, which is still used by many of our customers. It is also recommended as preventive measure in treating colored and natural hair.